SN Brussels in flights deal with UNICEF

21st November 2003, Comments 0 comments

21 November 2003, BRUSSELS – Belgian staff and volunteers of the United Nation children's fund UNICEF are to get free air travel on flights with the country's SN Brussels Airlines after a deal between the two organisations was announced this week.

21 November 2003

BRUSSELS – Belgian staff and volunteers of the United Nation children's fund UNICEF are to get free air travel on flights with the country's SN Brussels Airlines after a deal between the two organisations was announced this week.

“The support of corporate partners is very important to UNICEF Belgium because we are completely dependent on voluntary contributions of companies, governments and private individuals for our work”, said Christian Wiener, general director of UNICEF's Belgium branch, which counts 600 volunteers.

Under the three-year cooperation deal, Belgian UNICEF workers will be able to use the airline free of charge when flying on international missions.

The airline said under the agreement, signed at UNICEF's coordination headquarters in Copenhagen, it would also offer "other aid plans that are to be developed further". 

UNICEF belgium has already entered into similar partnerships with American Express, Beiersdorf, Glaxosmithkline Biologicals, HP and Publicis.


[Copyright Expatica News 2003]

Subject: Belgian news


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